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Tuesday, July 20, 2021

Korean Strawberry Milk


This fresh and delicious Korean strawberry milk is addictive and is a popular summer drink in Korea. The fresh made syrup with chunks of fresh strawberries makes a huge difference in flavor. I can guarantee that you won't be buying any more syrups once you try this.


This Korean strawberry milk recipe is very easy to follow. Fresh strawberries are used to make the syrup and the extra chunks give great texture. This will taste amazing as it is made with fresh ingredients. Fresh and homemade is always better. No it is BEST! All you need is strawberries, syrup, and cold milk. Yes! Just 3 ingredients.

Most of the times we have this always in our fridge. Myself and my daughter love this milk and we also use it to make strawberry matcha latte. This syrup helps in making a snack sized drink too! Delicious and satisfying....all in one! I have used chilled cow milk but feel free to use plant based milk too. I love this coconut and soymilk too. This is my daughter's recipe. We referred to Drive Me Hungry, My Korean Kitchen, Milk and Pop, and made our version suiting the sugar needs, and is a combination of these. Adjust sugar and amount of strawberries as per your preference. The quantity of syrup used is according to personal preferences, from 2-4 tbsp. Add some ice cubes if you prefer.


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  • Ingredients
    Makes 5 servings

    Strawberries - 1 cup plus 1/2 cup, chopped
    Sugar - 1/2 cup
    Milk - 3 and 3/4 cups, chilled

    Method

    Puree 1 cup strawberries and sugar and simmer for about 5-8  minutes till you get a syrup consistency. 


    Just before switching off add quarter cup of strawberries and simmer for a minute. 


     Switch off the flame, transfer to a bowl, add the remaining quarter cup of strawberries.


    Refrigerate for 30 minutes.

    Add some strawberry syrup in a glass. Pour chilled milk. top with a little of strawberries. 


    Stir. and serve immediately.


    20 comments:

    1. This sounds wonderful. My Teen loves making strawberry milk with store bought syrup. I can't wait to surprise her with this homemade version using fresh strawberries.

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    2. Oh I could drink this all day long!

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    3. What a refreshing and delicious drink. Perfect for sipping while watching the games.

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    4. I love a good strawberry milkshake! The difference of this homemade syrup was so delicious I don't think Ill ever make it another way again! The extra strawberries in the shake made me feel a bit healthier also, as I slurped the rest of the my shake down!

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    5. My son would love this, and so easy to make!

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    6. This is definitely different in the most delicious way. love that fruit at the bottom!

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    7. Such a fun, quick treat! I'll confess that I grew up loving strawberry Nesquick, but this is SO MUCH BETTER. My kids are already asking me to make it again!

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    8. I am wondering if I could do this with Swerve or another sweetener. Looks so tasty. I think everybody today fixed my calcium intake problems :)

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    9. Strawberries are crazy-good here right now, and I am ready to try this!

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    10. I could swim in this, like WR Olympic swim! Yes please!

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